UnicodeError is an error message that is raised when a sequence of bytes is passed that cannot be decoded using the ‘utf-8’ codec.
Reason of error
This error is caused when an invalid byte is encountered in the given string, which is not a valid utf-8 character. It can also be caused when the string is encoded in another format, such as ASCII, and the ‘utf-8’ codec is used to decode it.
string = b'xffxfe'
decoded_string = string.decode('utf-8')
Solution to solve issue
The solution is to make sure that the string is encoded in the correct format, such as utf-8, before attempting to decode it. If the string is already encoded in another format, such as ASCII, then the ‘utf-8’ codec should not be used to decode it.
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